Portrait of Chef Ali
Portrait of Chef Ali
Mr.Morteza
Mr.Morteza
Portrait of fencer James Hugues
Portrait of fencer James Hugues
Portrait of boxer Rodney Merisier
Portrait of boxer Rodney Merisier
Boxer Marco Bastien
Boxer Marco Bastien
Photographer and painter Carlos Viani
Photographer and painter Carlos Viani
Zombie Boy
Zombie Boy
Boxing coach El Mostafa Lyousfi
Boxing coach El Mostafa Lyousfi
Self-Portrait
Self-Portrait
Sabre coach Mykhailo (Misha) Strashkin
Sabre coach Mykhailo (Misha) Strashkin

Misha began the art of fencing in 1981 in Azerbaijan. As an athlete from 1981 to 1996, he was awarded numerous awards and diplomas, winning competitions at many different levels: national (former USSR), regional and local. From 1983 to 1990 he represented the Azerbaijan team in competitions within USSR. Before coming to Canada, Misha trained under Shturbabin Valery (national Honoured Maître - the highest level of coach in the Ukraine) and under Strashkin Alexandre (coach of higher category and the national Honoured Maître - the highest level of coach in the Russian Federation).

Portrait of Boxer and Singer John Kinsha
Portrait of Boxer and Singer John Kinsha
Portrait of Laszlo
Portrait of Laszlo
Portrait of boxer Daniel Pepin Taveras
Portrait of boxer Daniel Pepin Taveras
Portrait of Chef Ali
Mr.Morteza
Portrait of fencer James Hugues
Portrait of boxer Rodney Merisier
Boxer Marco Bastien
Photographer and painter Carlos Viani
Zombie Boy
Boxing coach El Mostafa Lyousfi
Self-Portrait
Sabre coach Mykhailo (Misha) Strashkin
Portrait of Boxer and Singer John Kinsha
Portrait of Laszlo
Portrait of boxer Daniel Pepin Taveras
Portrait of Chef Ali
Mr.Morteza
Portrait of fencer James Hugues
Portrait of boxer Rodney Merisier
Boxer Marco Bastien
Photographer and painter Carlos Viani
Zombie Boy
Boxing coach El Mostafa Lyousfi
Self-Portrait
Sabre coach Mykhailo (Misha) Strashkin

Misha began the art of fencing in 1981 in Azerbaijan. As an athlete from 1981 to 1996, he was awarded numerous awards and diplomas, winning competitions at many different levels: national (former USSR), regional and local. From 1983 to 1990 he represented the Azerbaijan team in competitions within USSR. Before coming to Canada, Misha trained under Shturbabin Valery (national Honoured Maître - the highest level of coach in the Ukraine) and under Strashkin Alexandre (coach of higher category and the national Honoured Maître - the highest level of coach in the Russian Federation).

Portrait of Boxer and Singer John Kinsha
Portrait of Laszlo
Portrait of boxer Daniel Pepin Taveras
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